AllofMP3.com is a Russian online music distributor akin to the iTunes Music Store or PureTracks (apparently PureTracks doesn’t support Mozilla). Their shtick is that their pricing is a fraction of those stores, they have the same size catologue and they’re legal under Russia. They treat music like bulk candy, charging by size. It costs US $5.00 for 500 MB. At average quality, that’s about 100 songs. More importantly, there’s no DRM. We all know how I feel about DRM. Here’s a suspiciously efusive review. Here are a couple of others.
There was some foofaraw about them back when they launched back in April, but very little mainstream media coverage. Lately, they’ve been totally under the radar.
Has anybody tried this service? My only concern is, you know, sending my credit card details to Russia. I searched around the blogosphere, and the user experiences seem positive, so I think I’ll give it a try.